Hans Halberstadt (10 June 1885 – 22 September 1966) was a German fencer. He competed in the individual and team épée and team sabre events at the 1928 Summer Olympics. After the Nazis came to power, he fled Germany, first to London, and then San Francisco, where he taught fencing and ran a fencing supply company. Among his students in San Francisco were Helene Mayer and Tommy Angell. His name lives on through a San Francisco fencing club founded by his students after his 1966 death.

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  • Hans Ignaz Halberstadt (* 10. Juni 1885 in Offenbach; † 22. September 1966 in San Francisco) war ein deutscher Fechter, deutscher Meister und Olympiateilnehmer. Während der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus emigrierte er in die USA. Dort gründete er den Halberstadt Fencers' Club, der noch heute seinen Namen trägt. In Deutschland focht er für den FC Offenbach. (de)
  • Hans Halberstadt (10 June 1885 – 22 September 1966) was a German fencer. He competed in the individual and team épée and team sabre events at the 1928 Summer Olympics. After the Nazis came to power, he fled Germany, first to London, and then San Francisco, where he taught fencing and ran a fencing supply company. Among his students in San Francisco were Helene Mayer and Tommy Angell. His name lives on through a San Francisco fencing club founded by his students after his 1966 death. (en)
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  • Hans Ignaz Halberstadt (* 10. Juni 1885 in Offenbach; † 22. September 1966 in San Francisco) war ein deutscher Fechter, deutscher Meister und Olympiateilnehmer. Während der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus emigrierte er in die USA. Dort gründete er den Halberstadt Fencers' Club, der noch heute seinen Namen trägt. In Deutschland focht er für den FC Offenbach. (de)
  • Hans Halberstadt (10 June 1885 – 22 September 1966) was a German fencer. He competed in the individual and team épée and team sabre events at the 1928 Summer Olympics. After the Nazis came to power, he fled Germany, first to London, and then San Francisco, where he taught fencing and ran a fencing supply company. Among his students in San Francisco were Helene Mayer and Tommy Angell. His name lives on through a San Francisco fencing club founded by his students after his 1966 death. (en)
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